Karya Tulis Jurnal Hambatan Akses Informasi Kesehatan Reproduksi Pada Mahasiswa Kesehatan Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta
Need help and availability for access to information that cannot increase access if youth need to improve access to gain access. This study aims to determine the relationship between cognitive access and access to health information on students. Observational study using cross-sectional . The research sample was students of the health faculties (FIK Pharmacy, medicine and dentistry) at the Muhammadiyah University of Surakarta studying 280 respondents. Sampling uses the technique Proportional Random Sampling . The research instrument consisted of self-supporting questionnaires that had been submitted for validity and reliability. Data analysis using bivariable analysis with Chi-Square statistical tests and multivariable analysis using logistic regression test with a significance level of 95%. Multivariable analysis related to the relationship involving cognitive access after other variables, namely barriers to psychosocial access and gender (p <0.050). Preferably respondents who access health information are higher in groups that do not need to be compared to those who increase cognitive access. There is a supportive relationship between psychosocial access and gender with access to reproductive health information. There is no relationship between the old level and access to health information.